No Man’s Land is a modification of the popular mod Forgotten Hope 2. The mod is set in the turbulent times of World War 1, with accurate weapons, settings, and scenarios. We strive to create a realistic and historically accurate experience, without sacrificing gameplay. No Man’s Land will contain many vehicles accurate to the time, such as the Austin-Putilov, or the A7V. With these features, we hope to bring the experience of World War 1 to you in a way never before done since BF1918 for the original Battlefield 1942.

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AlekZanDer
AlekZanDer

Nice one.

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Croco15
Croco15

Awesome.

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The-Warrior Creator
The-Warrior

Flying, to me, is the most fun of NML so far.

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nadeboy
nadeboy

Nice :)

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decommanda
decommanda

Firstly, what does the german writing say?
Secondly, Red Baron in this? lol

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The-Warrior Creator
The-Warrior

Kempf is a name. In this case, It is referring to Lt. Fritz Kempf of Jasta 2. "Kennscht mi noch?" is German (Austrian Dialect) for "Remember me?"

On the second point: God, I hope so.

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ytres
ytres

It will be me as I am a pro flyer =D

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bobthedino
bobthedino

Is that writing historically accurate? It looks kind of strange, but the rest of the model and texture look great.

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The-Warrior Creator
The-Warrior

Lt. Kempf really did fly with this writing.

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ConfusedMaster
ConfusedMaster

Kempf must be a name and the rest is just "Do you still know me?" written in bavarian accent

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andy1123
andy1123

oh it foks hard ;D

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Trolske
Trolske

"Kennscht mi noch?" is neither Austrian, nor Bavarian, it is Swabian dialect

;-)

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Haddock67
Haddock67

Fly me to the moon

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As some of you maybe didn't see the airplanes in video footages very well, here you go. Screenshot made by Warrior, airplane donated from BF1918/2

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